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already paying $4 a gallon for gas. we'll explain why this problem is specific for california and how likely gas prices are to stay up. >> after a day long shutoff by pg&e the move has lots of critics. i'm sandhya patel meteorologist with updates. starts right now. now, news to build a better bay area. from abc7. soaring temperatures and falling records. good news, bay area, we are co heat look from ak from that our kgo roof camera tonight. right away let's get to meteorologist sandhya patel and see where records were broken. >> yeah, let's take a look, san francisco 94 barely passed the record of 93. sfo, oakland, all records mid to
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upper 90s even places like half moon bay 92 degrees. three degrees above 96 set in 2016. take a look at some of the other highs for today. 105 santa rosa airport. 94 in fremont. 99 in concord. 102 degrees in zbgilroy. we'll go from hot to not. how much cooler? i'll let you know. >> thanks. >> happening right now? sonoma and napa counties the lights are back on after power shutoffs. but many customers are asking was it worth it? jining us live in calistoga is cornell. >> reporter: as you can see the liets lights are back on. pg&e has been restored to all 1400 customers in napa and
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sonoma koun tis but questioning why the shutoff was even needed. five generators were cranking on the grounds of safari west in santa rosa. pg&e turned the power off wednesday but the staff was able to keep the staff and guests cool. >> we had to work extra hard to keep the generators running. >> reporter: some couldn't take the heat even with fans. >> it was hot. so we left here and went into town and hung out at the grocery store. >> reporter: pg&e restored power by 4:00 p.m. in napa county some businesses forced to close. the lights came back on in calistoga and just in time. >> valerie didn't mind losing her power for the day. she remembers the firestorm two years ago. >> i think it's a smart thing to do so we don't have another fire. >> i don't think it went well.
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>> reporter: sonoma county supervisor is critical of the pg&e planned power shutoff. she says the on and off again turnoffs left people confused. >> we really have no winds. not even close to the kind of winds that we had a couple days the red flag days for the firestorms. >> reporter: but pg&e says it was all in the name of safety. and forecast models tells different story. >> two weather events elevated dry windy events with the potential fire risk back to back monday night and tuesday night. >> reporter: pg&e says it's also in the process of restoring ower to the customers in the sierra foothills. live in calistoga. >> thank you. you can find out using our absz 7 news app. push alerts. also customize the topics for yored in new 11fiquarerersan francis.
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they were evacuated while a house fire while the roof collapse ds. fire forced one person inside that house to find a new place to stay. no one was hurt. >> new developments on the impeachment battle. lawmakers looking at the first look at the whistleblower complaint just hours after the white house released rough transcript of president trump's phone call to the leader of ukraine. rachel scott on capitol hill with how the president is securing. >> reporter: in a secure room in the basement of the clal lawmakers were able to get their first look at the whistleblower complaint at the center of a tug of war between the white house and congress. >> i found the allegations deeply disturbing. i also found them very credible. >> reporter: after pressure from lawmakers on both sides of the aisle, the administration handing over that complaint, they tried to block from getting to congress. it comes after the white house
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released summary of what a call between president trump and the leader of ukraine. on capitol hill the stark division between the two parties on full display. >> to impeach any president over a phone call like this would be insane. >> that is textbook abuse of power. >> reporter: that call is blefrd to be tied to the whistleblower complaint that the inspector general found to be urgent concern and credible. the president defending that call. >> you take a look at that call. it was perfect. i didn't do it. there was no quid pro quo. >> reporter: that document reveals the president repeatedly urged the president of ukraine to work with his personal lawyer rudy giuliani to help investigate his potential 2020 rival joe biden and his son who had business interests there. >> today's release of the notes of the call by the white house confirms this behavior which under mines the integrity of our election, the dignity of any presidency. >> and all of this comes just 24 hours after nancy pelosi launched that impeachment
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inquiry. now more than 200 democrats are behind that record. but they say those democrats don't have a case. rachel scott abc news capitol hill. the acting dreblgtor of national intelligence will testify on capitol hill tomorrow morning regarding the whistleblower complaint. abc news will have live coverage of the hearing starting at 6:00 a.m. a political crisis. urgent concern. president trump controversial phone conversations. whistleblower complaint. formal impeachment. >> with all the day-to-day drama going down in washington, and now with the trump impeachment inquiry, are all the politics driving you crazy. if so, you are definitely not alone. a new study from the university of nebraska says the political scene is making us sick. public opinion and data company collected data for more than 1.8 million people to study how we are dealing with all the
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political kak political differences. but possibly most scary, political scientist kevin smith led the research and said 4% of response dents h respondents had suicidal thoughts. he said at the breaking point, it's a public health crisis. >> good time to take a deep breath and on to other news. cal-fire says it's arrested a missouri man who flu to the bay area to set dozen fires over the weekend. we have that and more stories. facing 15 counts of larson. they say ram flu flaming pieces of paper on grassy mills near milpitas. he was arrested. packed library san jose made his first court appearance
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today. >> joseph will face 13 counts of weapons related charges. >> what we know or allege in the complaint uses semi automatic weapons. in san francisco financial district to do a day long protest. they also painted a mural along the two block long stretch of montgomery street. the activists calling on major bangs to divest from the fossil fuel industry. you can find all the top stories at abc news.com. bay area drivers get ready for a big fast spike in gas prices. $4 a gallon or more. according to gas buddcom in san francisco right
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t $3.95 a gallon. according to this, it's due this spike. more on this is unser. >> reporter: good evening. seven cents price of gas. that's highest in the united states. take a look at this board. gas already $4 a gallon and prices are expected to jump even higher. john says he's lucky compared to most bay area drivers, his commute is 30 miles round trip. but like many bay area drivers he's struggling to pay more at the pump. >> a lot of people in the area aren't able to afford it going up. >> reporter: gas prices are expected to sky rocket more. according to gas buddy.com. >> in the bay area see a total impact of 15 to 30 cents in the next 30 days. >> reporter: they say california faces two problems.
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first last week production refinery >> reporter: drop in gasoline inventory on the west coast. >> while it's unlikely anyone will see outages as a result of this, i can tell you that in storage tanks, gasoline supplies are drawing down. >> reporter: they spent the evening cleaning his new dodge charger. he says the v8 average averages 20 miles a gallon. he commutes every day to tracy. he says this car is staying home. >> you see the huge increase in price, wait a minute, makes you mindful of how and how much is gas. >> reporter: interestingly, gas analysts gas prices will likely remain high for the next few weeks or as long as it takes to fix the problems at the refinery. i want to add we did reach out
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to the refinery. they did not respond to our requests for comment. in berkeley, abc7 news. threats of violence at movie theaters, extraordinarily warning coming from the fbi about a new movie. i'm in scott's valley where a local teen says he'll be old enough to vote in the presidential election but not primary so he's pushing to do political oversight. that story up next. first here's a look at what's coming up at jimmy fallon live after abc news at 11. >> jimmy. >> thanks. it's mean tweets tonight and bibliography. it's almost like you and president trump left the door to the white house open and a bear
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and unusual warning is out about the upcoming joker film about potential attacks at movie theaters. military is alerting its members about the possibility of replicating the 2012 mass shooting in aurora, kcolorado. it took that after chatter on dark web.
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they were to remain aware of their surroundings and two escape routes when entering the movie youth are currently in california were turning 18 by the general election will find their age is exactly what is keeping them in casting ball lots in the 2020 primary. abc7 news reporter introduces us to a scott's valley teen and his push to correct what he's calling a political oversight. >> reporter: ryan beam will be the first to tell you he's 17 and a half years old. that half not enough for the high school senior to cast a primary ball lot in less than six months. >> that would be a week too young to vote in the march 3 primary election and asked around and realized pretty quickly that was case forma majority of our graduating class. >> reporter: class of 2020 and beyond young people leading
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global movements capturing the world's attention like climate. >> you'll come to us young people for hope, how dare you. >> reporter: making a push not to lower the voting age but to correct what he calls political oversight n 2017 then governor pry j tar0 02 3, the that left some california teens in a gray area. >> we are really in turning point in our lives where looking ahead to our future and figuring out what we want to do after high school. >> reporter: he has written op ed's and contacted political members. >> we are missing out. we'll be able to vote. >> reporter: in the legislature constitutional amendment four would allow anyone 18 on the day of the general election to be able to participate in the corresponding primary. >> politicians can choose to ignore protests or write them off. but they can't write-off your vote. >> reporter: they need two thirds approval from
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legislatures before put on the 2020 ballot. m c7ewey > at 11:00 a flight bound for san francisco force today make an emergency landing after someone got stuck in the bathroom. video shot by a passenger shows crews trying to get that door open. >> we'll get you out soon. oh, no. the abc affiliated station in denver says it landed there about 7:00 p.m. local time. from washington d.c. they report passenger got out safely. they were trying to get the plane back in the air promptly. and it will be cooler tomorrow for the forecast. >> let's talk about the timing of this. sandhya patel standing by. hi. >> the cooling trend continues and continue. i want to show you the temperatures right now. 60s, 70s, yes, still warm outside. but not going to feel this way as we head towards tomorrow. trust me, it's going to be a big
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difference. so check out the temperatures. today compared to tomorrow. and you will see the change that is coming. really all cities will notice a drop in their numbers. we go from concord 99 today, tomorrow 12 degrees cooler coming in 87. san francisco 19 degrees cooler. santa rosa 22 degree drop. san jose 99 to 86. you will notice and feel it too. so definitely get ready to enjoy a change. and here is a stunning view of san francisco from our tower camera right now. visibility is still good. air quality will be good across the entire bay area as that sea breeze comes in and we see a noticeable change. live doppler 7 showing you a few clouds around. from east bay hills we can see for miles. and here's a look at the forecast. cooling trend starts tomorrow. much cooler with dysel on friday. and temperatures below average on the weekend. so tom morning a few patches of fog around monterey bay, then we head into the afternoon.
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2 clock pretty much socked in at the coach. fog makes a big push on friday and even see a little bit of drizzle showing up friday morning. so a change is definitely going to be taking place. first thing tomorrow morning you will maybe start to feel the difference. upper 50s through the upper 60s out the door tomorrow afternoon. south bay numbers will look like this h 87 in morgan hill. 86 san jose, 84 in mountain view. 68 in half moon bay. downtown san francisco 75 degrees. sunset district 71. north bay breezy, 83 santa rosa, heading into the east bay comfortable. 83 fremont. sunshine in land and warn. 88 in livermore. but far cry from the 80s and 90s of today. much cooler tomorrow. look at these temperatures. down to the mid and upper 70s.
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